[access-uk] Re: two new products from nebula electronics

You can get an accessible tv stick from them though can't you? I know its 
been discussed before but I had no interest then, do now.

I believe its fully accessible and could be used on a laptop, no idea of its 
price though, anyone know?

Anything else I need to know?

Trace

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Stephen Green" <stephen.tina@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, January 25, 2007 10:35 AM
Subject: [access-uk] two new products from nebula electronics


Last night, Nebula Electronics announced the launch of two new products for 
sale later this year.
The first is a network attached home media server, which has three  freeview 
tuners which will allow up to 15 simultaneous recordings with audio 
description on a half terabyte hard disc. The content can then be streamed 
to any LAN attached PC, and which can then be viewed on the PC's monitor.

The other product is a home media client, which is actually a micro PC which 
can be attached to a monitor or suitably equipped TV. Details are short here 
but it will probably be through composite video output plus audio. These 
clients however, will not be able to run screen readers and are operated 
solely with a remote control.

Prices have yet to be announced. Further details can be obtained on the 
Nebula website.

Steve Green


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